Council of American Ambassadors Fellowship Alumni - Where are they now?
Recent Fellow News
Class of 2013
Josh Rubin currently works at the State Department in the Office of the Secretary, as the Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff.
Class of 2013
Lara Porter recently graduated from Hunter College with an MA in Economics. She will start working as an Equities Analyst at UBS Investment in August.
Class of 2012
Sophia Zhang is in the Masters of Asian Studies program at Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. She received a Boren Fellowship and will study Japanese language at Waseda University for the 2016-2017 academic year. For the fellowship, she will also research the North Korean population residing in Japan. Previously, Sophia was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in South Korea.
Class of 2011
Samuel Magaram is currently working as an Associate in Corporate Strategy at Capital One, an internal strategy consulting group.
Class of 2005
Samuel just completed in Bologna, Italy the first year of his two year M.A. degree program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Samuel will work in Washington, DC this summer as a consultant in the defense and technology sectors.
Amanda Licht, Ph.D.
Class of 2004
After serving for three years as a tenure track Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of South Carolina, Amanda Licht is now a tenure track Professor of International Relations and Political Methodolgy at the University of Binghamton (SUNY).
Danielle L. Vermeer is a corporate social responsibility and philanthropy strategist for the Boeing Company, the world's largest aerospace and defense company. As a Strategy Analyst in the Global Corporate Citizenship division of Boeing, Danielle manages projects and conducts research and analysis to further the company's strategic efforts to be a responsible corporate citizen in the communities in which it works. Prior to Boeing, Danielle was a Senior Analyst at Arabella Advisors, a philanthropy and social impact consulting firm that provides strategy, evaluation, and implementation services to foundations and philanthropists. Danielle is also a dedicated advocate for sustainability in supply chains particularly in the global fashion industry, and is the founder of a social enterprise that upcycles vintage clothing into modern, one-of-a-kind creations. Learn more and connect here: www.daniellelvermeer.com.
Class of 2010
Elizabeth is serves as a volunteer Teacher through a program called WorldTeach in a small village in rural Namibia, Africa. She teaches English, Arts, and Library Sciences to grades 5, 6, and 7. She will be in Namibia for a full calendar year and will return to the states in December 2014.
Class of 2007
Ohnmar Khin is currently finishing up her Master’s in Public Health Degree at UC Berkeley. She is applying to medical schools and MBA programs for next year.
Class of 2005
David Little is uniquely positioned in a firm and area of corporate law which combines his litigation experience and MBA training to give him a competitive edge in a very technical field. Mentoring within his firm has resulted in exciting opportunities over the next year to submit articles for publication in various professional journals and to pursue leadership roles within the bar association of his practice area.